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User  - The Band That Launched 1000 Stickers album mp3

Performer: User
Title: The Band That Launched 1000 Stickers
Released: 2003
Style: Post-Punk, Pop Punk
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 473
Other formats: AUD MP4 AAC RA TTA VQF MP1

Something About Airplanes is the debut studio album by indie rock band Death Cab for Cutie, released August 18, 1998 on Barsuk Records. Early recordings of five songs from the album can be found on the You Can Play These Songs with Chords compilation.

Track from Death Cab For Cutie’s second full-length album, Something About Airplanes. This song is a cover of an original song by Revolutionary Hydra, a band that DCFC guitarist Chris Walla and lead singer/guitarist Ben Gibbard belonged to. The song was actually wrote the song by Jay Chilcote. The song’s title is a play on the phrase The Face That Launched a Thousand Ships, attributed to Helen of Troy whose supposed unmatched beauty led to the Trojan War (after Paris, Prince of Troy, kidnapped her from Sparta and her husband King Menelaus). What have the artists said about the song? It’s.

The Band is the second studio album by the Band, released on September 22, 1969. It is also known as The Brown Album. According to Rob Bowman's liner notes for the 2000 reissue, The Band has been viewed as a concept album, with the songs focusing on people, places and traditions associated with an older version of Americana.

The Face That Launched 1000 Shits (Revolutionary Hydra cover) is found on the album Something About Airplanes. Things are not so different in my vocal master You're the face that launched one thousand shits Greeks and Trojans and the thousand shits The shits lining the shores of Asia Minor Lining all the shores of Asia Minor You can tell that I'm not a minor in Asia no more I'm standing up. This is the face that launched a thousand shits I'm standing up This is the face that launched one thousand shits This is the face that shot Who never have replaced Splitting up his kingdom into three separate parts For his sons and their three separate hearts.

For others, it is one of the most creative marketing plots and ways to approach the concept of being a band. The first meme, the phrase Zach here, thanks man, is a personified attempt to embody the band’s leading figures and feel a more personal connection to band itself. The band, being as cryptic as they are, needed an outlet to seem as actual human beings communicating with fans. Being the unpredictable band Death Grips is, hesitation is an appropriate response to anything they promise.

Stickers not applied to album. Album and stickers in excellent like new condition. The only missing stickers are as follows This album is in acceptable condition. There is noticeable wear on the cover especially along the binding edge

Stickers featuring millions of original designs created by independent artists. Decorate your laptops, water bottles, notebooks and windows. White or transparent. Stickers designed by independent artists from all over the world.


1 Nullify
2 Something On My Mind
3 Liberace
4 Casual (demo)
5 Snooze (demo)
6 Don't Ever Go Away (demo)
7 Different To You (demo)
8 Slipping Away (demo)
9 Snooze (live)
10 Rat On A Sinking Ship (live)
11 Miasma (live)
12 Casual (live)
13 Abattoir (live)
14 Luge Suit (live)
15 Don't Ever Go Away (live)
16 Batteries (live)
17 Leave Me Naked (edit - live)
18 Different To You (live)
19 Ashes To Ashes (live)
20 Slipping Away (live)


  • Compiled By – Chris Newton


Collection of unreleased material, demos and a live set from Sydney's Iron Duke Hotel in 1997. Originally released in a limited edition CDR, and later remastered for a digital download. The download is currently unavailable after a legal dispute over the use of the band name User in the US.
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